New research shines a light on the history of oxygen on our planet, and gives new insight into the prevalence of oxygenated worlds other than our own.
Research by University of Leeds scientists has found that Greenland has lost 3.8 trillion tonnes of ice since 1992 – enough to push global sea levels up by 10.6 millimetres.
During the last two decades agricultural practices and nitrogen-rich fertilisers have significantly increased the amount of nitrous oxide emissions in the atmosphere, according to a new study.
Dr Anna Hogg been awarded the European Geosciences Union 2020 Division Outstanding Early Career Scientist Award.
The Schools of Earth and Environment, Geography and the Institute for Transport Studies have been awarded Athena SWAN Silver award.